Explore our research
Biological Sciences research at Sussex
Discover our undergraduate courses, Masters and PhD degrees in Genetics.
Genetics is a fast-paced and exciting field of modern biology. Recent advances have transformed our understanding of genes and entire genomes. These developments underpin human health, biotechnology and biodiversity conservation.
We have close links with Cancer Research UK and the Wellcome Trust, among others. You’ll get to know about the latest research findings, from cell regulation to cancer.
Our experts are researching the molecular basis of genes and genomes, tracking down disease genes and the use of modern methods in genetics.
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Want to help shape a better world through science?
Want to tackle real world problems?
And create world-changing impact?
It all starts at the University of Sussex.
Our research focussed courses span the whole of Life Sciences:
Ecology and Conservation
Using the latest in cutting-edge advances.
Guided by world-leading experts.
Gain hands-on experience, in both our teaching labs and out in the field.
Influence important policies on things such as the pesticides that kill our wildlife, and policies that protect endangered species.
Work towards unlocking the secrets of the brain and ending the despair of cancer and Alzheimer’s.
Join a community of leading scientists and like-minded students striving to make the world a better place for all.
And follow in the footsteps of our 3 Nobel-prize winning alumni.
We’re here today, to train the scientists of tomorrow.
And you could be one of them.
Find out more about the School of Life Sciences at sussex.ac.uk
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